The Buccaneers have added defensive midfielder Thuso Mohohoma into their 2014/15 season squad, Goal can exclusively confirmMohohoma was part of the Pirates' loan returnees who were profiled on Goal in June, and he has now signed a three-year contract with the Buccaneers.
Since his promotion from the Bucs academy in 2011, 'Choma' spent three seasons playing in the National First Division (NFD).
He has had stints with FC Cape Town, Roses United as well as Royal Eagles (formerly known as Sivutsa Stars) on loan from the Parktown-based club, but he's now back to make his name at Pirates.
"I am registered with Orlando Pirates after signing a three-year deal," Mohohoma told Goal.
Bucs administrative manager Floyd Mbele also confirmed to Goal that the 23-year-old midfielder is now part of their senior squad this season.
"Yes, it is true that Mohohoma is our player, and he has been registered with the PSL as a Pirates player for the 2014/15 season," Mbele told Goal.
Mohohoma was a regular at Sivutsa Stars last season, registering 21 appearances in both the NFD and Nedbabk Cup.
He attracted interest from Absa Premiership side Bidvest Wits, as previously reported on Goal, however, Bucs have since decided to keep him for the next three seasons.